On average, an employee spends about 30 minutes each day on a lunch break and then has additional breaks during the day. This is a great time to unwind, relax a little, and prepare for the rest of the work shift. Instead of purchasing a typical table and chairs, you can enhance your break room so that employees have multiple options for relaxing and fully enjoying the time. The following four pieces of office furniture can be added to a break room and really change the way that employees value their free time.
There are many reasons to love having a fireplace in your house. After all, what's cozier than snuggling up on the couch in front of a roaring fire on a winter night? However, a fireplace isn't exactly the greenest way to heat up your house. A larger carbon footprint is a definite drawback of using a fireplace for heat. You won't be able to make burning wood into a completely clean heat source, but there are things you can do to improve the eco-friendliness of your home's fireplace.
Even if you are not good at most types of yardwork, you can still have a yard that is green, plush, and thick. While it may take some work to achieve this, growing good grass is not as difficult as it may seem. It does involve a few steps though, which include mowing it properly, controlling weed growth, and giving the yard plenty of water, sunshine, and food. With the right steps, you could have a great-looking yard year after year.
If you are like most people, you probably assume that finding a sewer rat in the toilet is an isolated occurrence that can never happen to you. The truth is, if your toilet is connected to a public sewer system, rats can and do come up the toilet in search of food and shelter. Knowing how to prevent it and what to do if a rat suddenly appears in your toilet will quell the chaos and keep your family safe from these disgusting creatures.
When you go out to eat, chances are you'd think nothing of tipping the wait staff for exceptional service. If you take a cab to the airport, you may even tip the driver for getting there safely and on time. So it's no surprise that you'd want to tip your movers for job well done. The following goes in-depth about how and when you should tip your movers, as well as other alternatives you can use.
As a teenager, I joined my local swim team and soon became a champion swimmer. I have been swimming my entire life, and my love for water pushed me to purchase a home with a large in-ground pool. Strangely enough, after years of swimming I had no idea how to take care of the pool. I knew that I needed to add chemicals to get rid of potentially dangerous bacteria, and I also knew that chemicals kept algae at bay. I didn't know how to choose from hydrogen peroxide, salt, or chlorine additives. I definitely had no idea about shock, and I didn't know how many chemicals to add. After some trial and error, a very green pool, and a necessary draining, I figured it out. I have compiled for you a number of blogs and resources so you do not have to make costly mistakes like me.